Wife of late cricket great opens up about ‘wonderful life’

The wife of late cricket great Rod Marsh has opened up on a life of love shared with the legend, revealing her anguish over missing precious time with friends because of WA’s strict COVID border closures.

In a rare interview, Ros Marsh described her husband of 53 years as “the most positive person I’ve ever known”. The wicketkeeping icon died aged 74 in March after suffering a heart attack, despite having no previous cardiac issues.

Mrs Marsh said despite spending many years living in Adelaide, they cherished connections with their WA home and the support it provided during the toughest time of her life.

“The letters, emails and messages have been unbelievable, from all over the world — they mean so much,” Mrs Marsh told The West Australian.

“But I want to make mention of all the wonderful messages and support from WA. We loved the fact that so many of his teammates were able to be present at his funeral as the WA border had just opened up (after the coronavirus lockdown).

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